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beginning. next summer the movie will be harry reid driving the speed limit. wreck it ravel was robbed. it's been two months since the shooting at sandy hook but the media won't let the story gun where. the media won't drop it. where is the in-depth reporten the salsa dog? ♪ salsa dog: could it happen in your town? [laughter] this moreid obsession with the tens of thousands of people killed every year with guns is all part of the media's anti-gun agun agenda it's and not fueling the nra president wayne "the pierre" lapierre. >> the media rushes to blame guns. >> stephen: he's right. everyone time is something is shot the media rushes to blame guns. to the media a smoking gun is always a smoking gun. some journalists are so prejudice against guns they've sunk to journalism. [laughter] because there's no national databusiness of shootings they've been tallying the shootings since newtown. it's more than 30 a day. i know that number sounds high but there's only 28 days in february, remember. [ laughter ] in a recent poll 93% of americans favor background checks. we can't trust those 93%. w
with harry reid and begin to address our problems. >> reporter: trying to capitalize on the visit by to washington, the white house released detailed, state by state reports. in california, 9,600 low-income students could lose financial aid. in texas, nearly $68 million for teachers and schools could be slashed. and in virginia, 90,000 civilian defense department employees could be furloughed. the president punctuated the urgency. >> all of us are concerned about our politics. both in our own parties as well as the other parties. but at some point, we've got to do some governing. >> reporter: still, there have been no negotiations. no progress all weekend. not even a phone call between the president and republicans in days. so why the lack of movement, especially if the cuts are so drastic? >> what you're seeing right now is solely that political positioning, trying to put themselves in a place where they are the ones dictating the terms of the eventual agreement to their political rivals. >> reporter: but the anticipation is already breeding anxiety. >> the sequester is part of t
, he would sit down with harry reid and begin to address our problems. >> we will talk to local lawmakers, congressman rob whitman of virginia and congressman chris van hollen of maryland with their perspective on the likelihood of a deal being done on time. >>> the man accused in the mother-daughter murders are in prince george's county will have to be retried. a judge declared a mistrial in the case against jason scott on a technicality. the bodies of dolores and ebony dewitt were found in the trunk of a stolen, burned out car in october of 2009. the retrial is set to tart in october. >>> also in this morning's top stories, d.c. police are asking everyone to take a look at newly released surveillance video in hope of solving a deadly hit and run t shows a vehicle police believe was involved in the incident. it happened in the 100 block of m treat northwest. 20-year-old darnell christopher ross was killed. if you have any information in this case, please call d.c. police. >>> more action could come soon to move gun control reform forward. we'll tell what you congress is conside
as campaign props, if the president was serious he would sit down with harry reid and begin to address our problems. the house has acted twice. we shouldn't have to act a third time before the senate begins to do their work. >> suarez: and as the deadline ticked one day closer, the president planned to visit a virginia shipyard tomorrow to highlight again how the cuts could harm the u.s. military and civilian defense workers. >> woodruff: to help us better understand the underlying political strategy being used at the white house and on capitol hill, we turn to two journalists closely following the developments. jonathan weisman of the "new york times" covers congress, and margaret talev covers the white house for bloomberg news. we welcome you both to the newshour. margaret, to you first. for days the white house has been raising the specter of terrible things that are going to happen. slowing air travel, people being laid off their jobs. furl owes. border security. problems. now that they see e republicans aren't moving, what do they think about this approach? >> they think it's a very
in the past. so i don't -- you know, the story of the last two years is that, you know, john boehner, harry reid, barack obama, always find some way to pull a deal out of the fire. so it would be silly to bet against that, but i agree with charles. it's harder in this case to see -- i think you can draw it up on paper, but it's harder to see where the parties come together. the reasonable thing to do would be to say, let's cut the amount we're going to be spending in half and let's agree on doing a little means testing to medicare, which they're both in favor of and let's not get so focused on absolute dollar figures. >> the clock is ticking. gloria, appreciate it, charles and ross, thank you. >> a family lost at sea off the coast of san francisco, and a murder trial making the casey anthony look, well, boring. x-rated evidence, too many lies to count, plus a defendant who won a singing contest from prison. it's all bizarre. we'll be right back. concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day men's 50+. i have to know the weather patterns. i upgraded to the new s
, you know, john boehner, harry reid, barack obama and so on always find some way to pull a deal out of the fire. so it would be silly to bet against that. but i do agree with charles. it's harder in this case to see -- i think you can draw it up on paper, but it's harder to see where the parties come together. i think the reasonable thing to do would be to say let's cut the amount of spending that we're going to cut in half, and let's just agree on, say, doing a little means testing to medicare, which the white house and republicans are both in favor of. and let's not get so focused on absolute dollar figures. but i'm pretty sure that's not going to happen. >> well, the clock's ticking. we'll follow it. gloria, appreciate it. charles and ross as well. >>> up next, the desperate search for family lost at sea off the coast of san francisco. and later, a murder trial that is making the casey anthony saga look, well, boring. it's got x-rated evidence, too many lies to count, plus a defendant, well, who won a singing contest from prison. the whole thing is bizarre. we'll be right back. h
to lead harry reid. look, we've tried 60 ways to sundown and, you know, i don't know what they got going on over at the senate, but i wish they would get together with the president, pass what they think they can pass, and then we would be glad to take a look at it. we've certainly shown -- >> you know as well as i do they're not going to be able to pass anything with 60 votes. they may be able to pass some things with 50, 52, 53 votes. they won't be able to pass anything with 60 votes, and should that be the marker on something like this? is this such an important -- >> for sure. >> -- thing it should take 60? that 41 -- >> no. i'm saying what should be the marker is the senate ought to be able to pass something. look, for better or for worse, the president -- >> so senate republicans need to get involved in this? >> no, what i'm saying is they need to work it out over there. i'm not going to tell the senate how to do their business, but they -- where br they start looking for us to lead them we've passesed two bills. the president passes nothing. the president's party controls the sena
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